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The conservative pundit deleted the tweet following backlash.
“Tell me again where Christ said ‘use the commemoration of my birth to flex violent weapons for personal political gain’?” the representative asked.
Trump's former chief of staff claims he can’t discuss items covered by executive privilege, refusing to cooperate with the investigation of the insurrection.
“We'll be a sanctuary,” Gov. Gavin Newsom (D) said, adding he's aware patients will likely travel to California from other states to seek abortions.
His baseless statement seems to track with misinformation spread by conservative activist Charlie Kirk.
During a special session meant to discuss tax cuts, a GOP legislator who thinks the Texas bill is “absolutely awesome” introduced an even more extreme version.
Unlike Rep. Lauren Boebert, Omar faced intense party pressure for her controversial comments.
Several Democrats joined Republicans in a symbolic rebuke of the Biden administration’s vaccine or testing mandate for businesses.
Every Republican senator opposed her. But the Boston district attorney will now be the state's first Black woman to serve as U.S. attorney.
It’s “a nightmare scenario that should send us all screaming to the polls,” one person hit back at the extremist Florida Republican on Twitter.
Health officials are racing to understand the threat of the omicron strain, the coronavirus variant that has spread to dozens of nations around the globe.
“If the right really cares about free speech they should be out there supporting this penis picture,” one recently suspended comedian told HuffPost.
A father and son have been arrested on suspicion of starting a massive California wildfire that forced tens of thousands to flee the Lake Tahoe area earlier this year.
The conspiracy theory-endorsing Colorado Republican followed Kentucky Rep. Thomas Massie's lead with a not-so-festive family picture.
Deqa Dhalac said her election came after years of volunteering and building relationships in the community in South Portland, Maine.
The Fox News conspiracy theorist suggested coronavirus "feminizes" people.
The Republican also complained that white defendants charged in the Capitol riot are being discriminated against “because of the color of their skin.”
The committee has publicized 45 subpoenas to date, but has also quietly issued an unknown number of subpoenas and conducted nearly 300 interviews so far.
Democrats believe it will be difficult for Republicans to oppose popular elements of Build Back Better, like new child care funding. But the GOP isn't playing along.